While he was a student at CSUN, Steve Rabuchin ’85 (Organizational Systems Management) discovered his passion for business, landing an internship during his senior year and being offered a job at IBM upon graduation. Through the “Professor for a Day” program, Rabuchin returned to CSUN this fall to share his journey. Continue reading about how Business Leaders Share Professional Advice at CSUN.
On Oct. 21, Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) announced he had secured more than $254 million in federal funding to support Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) in the Senate’s Labor, Health and Human Services appropriations bill, including $1 million specifically for the Global Hispanic Serving Institution Equity Innovation Hub at California State University, Northridge. Continue reading about how funding is to Support Global HSI Equity Innovation Hub at CSUN.
Many student veterans have experienced conflicting emotions after the United States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan this past summer — where a lot of them served at some point in their careers — making clear the importance of a place where veterans can feel heard and understood. Thanks to the numerous resources tailored to its large veteran population (about 475 students). Continue reading about how Student Veterans Find Support in CSUN Community.
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education Ranks CSUN Third-Most Diverse Learning Environment in the Nation
CSUN is the third-most diverse learning environment in the nation, according to The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings 2022. The university’s No. 3 ranking was based on several key factors, such as student inclusion, the proportion of international students, and efforts made to attract a diverse student population and faculty. Continue reading about how CSUN is Ranked Third-Most Diverse Learning Environment in the Nation.
The library at California State University, Northridge, recently purchased the USC Shoah Foundation Institute’s visual history archive. The Archive contains more than 53,000 personal testimonies from survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust, as well as other atrocities such as the Armenian Genocide, Tutsi Genocide, Nanjing Massacre, and the Guatemalan Genocide. Continue reading about how CSUN Library is to Preserve History.